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  2. The legendary composer of most of the music from the Final Fantasy series, Nobuo Uematsu, is stepping down from work due to health issues. On his blog, Uematsu says that he is taking the rest of the year off to recover properly from an unnamed disease, and is hopeful he will make a full recovery. Uematsu joined Square in 1985, where he composed the music to the majority of Final Fantasy titles, Chrono Trigger, Lost Odyssey and Blue Dragon, alongside a wealth of others. He left Square in 2004 to form his own production studio - Smile Please - but continues to work for the company on a freelance basis. He is reportedly working on the music for the Final Fantasy VII remake. Continue reading… View the full article
  3. CHI....0...3...7...7......17 PHI....0...0...0...7........7 Chicago gets a much needed win in Philly with a strong defensive effort (7 passes defended, 1 INT, 4 sacks). The offense did just enough with POG Jordan Howard rushing for 133 yds on 9 carries. STAT........CHI.......PHI TY............251.......323 PY............116.......185 RY............135.......138 TO...............1............1 PR............90.5.......78.8 Tough battle Double H!
  4. CHI at PHI KO at 9pm ET https://www.twitch.tv/heavyhitter55
  5. WEEK #7 Official NFL rosters are back! Schedule & Standings: http://www.scheduleague.com/lix
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  7. @HeavyHitter55, I’ll be there.
  8. BEYOND! On this week's episode of Beyond, IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Jonathon Dornbush, Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Jon Ryan discuss the possibility of whether Insomniac Games is really teasing its next game within Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4, as well as offer their recommendations for what to play after you've beaten and platinumed Spidey's adventure. They also dive into Shadow of the Tomb Raider, PS4's mysterious 6.00 update, a literal minute of Kingdom Hearts discussion, Divinity: Original Sin II, and Assassin's Creed: Odyssey's season pass. Timecodes: Intro - 00:00 Is Insomniac Already Teasing a New Game? - 1:12 Continue reading… View the full article
  9. See every game available right now and those to come when you sign up for Nintendo Switch Online. View the full article
  10. Sounds good see you then
  11. Niantic has announced that the Mythical Pokemon Deoxys will replace Mewtwo in EX raids. In a post on Pokemon Go’s official site, Niantic confirmed that Deoxys’ Normal Forme (one of four possible forms of Deoxys) will only be accessible via EX Raids, which require an invitation in order to participate. However, starting with Pokemon Go’s newest update, players will be able to share an EX Raid with one player on their friends list, as long as they’ve achieved Ultra Friend status or higher. Continue reading… View the full article
  12. Fortnite's mysterious cube has plunged into the depths of Loot Lake where it quickly dissolved and turned the entire lake into one giant bounce field. The cube as it melted into Loot Lake. Today at 1PM PT, the cube made its final move and dropped into the lake. As soon as it made contact with the water, the cube began to melt and dissolve. Within a minute, the remains of the cube spread across the entire lake where it quickly crystallized into a flat and bouncy surface. Continue reading… View the full article
  13. Yesterday Sony announced its own NES and SNES Classic competitor with the PlayStation Classic, a micro console complete with 20 games from its extensive library. Including Wild Arms, Ridge Racer Type 4, Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Jumping Flash, and other "legacy" titles set to be revealed soon, the PlayStation Classic will release on December 3 for $99. Naturally, a nostalgic announcement like this had the internet awash with reactions ranging from generous doses of snark to demands for specific games to be included in the 20-game lineup. Continue reading… View the full article
  14. @dazzo47, still good for 9pm ET tonight?
  15. The acquisition train that is THQ Nordic seemingly won’t end, as it has acquired two new intellectual properties: the horror franchise Alone in the Dark, and the real-time strategy franchise Act of War. Announced by THQ Nordic’s Twitter account, both of these properties were previously held by Atari, though Alone in the Dark is a much more well-known entity. Although its early ‘90s releases are still generally well regarded and considered to be forerunners of the horror genre, later releases received mostly negative reviews. Its 2005 film adaptation received a particularly poor reception as well. Continue reading… View the full article
  16. Bandai Namco has finally teased the eighth, and presumably final, DLC character for Dragon Ball FighterZ; Android 17. On Twitter, Bandai Namco's official account posted a picture of a note from Android 17 asking Goten and Trunks to "take care of the animals" while he is away. #MVP pic.twitter.com/UFzdJuuwWI — Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) September 19, 2018 Continue reading… View the full article
  17. Rockstar has revealed their plans for Red Dead Online, the multiplayer component of Red Dead Redemption 2. While included in the price of Red Dead 2, the online mode won’t launch until it enters a public beta in November 2018. In an exclusive Q&A with the Rockstar team, we asked Imran Sarwar, Director of Design at Rockstar North, what the reasoning behind this was, and why they wouldn’t drop the multiplayer experience alongside the single-player portion of the game. “There are a few reasons for this,” Sarwar says. “The first is that even though Red Dead Redemption 2 and Red Dead Online share the same gameplay mechanics and geography, we see them essentially as separate products that will grow and evolve independently of each other. Continue reading… View the full article
  18. Rockstar recently revealed Red Dead Online, Red Dead Redemption 2’s multiplayer component, will launch in November 2018 (initially as a public beta). Considering the many questions we’ve had about the nature of Red Dead 2’s up-til-now mysterious online mode, we asked Imran Sarwar, Director of Design at Rockstar North, and Josh Needleman, Senior Producer at Rockstar San Diego, to go into a little more detail about Rockstar’s evolution in the realm of multiplayer. The pair elaborated on what elements of GTA Online will appear in RDO and how it will differ, as well as why they aren’t launching it alongside the single-player mode and the lessons learned from GTA Online’s rocky start and subsequent success as an online game. Continue reading… View the full article
  19. Rockstar Games announced today that Red Dead Redemption 2’s multiplayer component will be called Red Dead Online and launch some time in November of 2018. According to an exclusive Q&A with the development team behind Red Dead Online, it will take elements of the original Red Dead Redemption’s multiplayer “much further, and combine that with everything we’ve learned in the years since then with our favorite elements from Grand Theft Auto Online.” The initial launch period will be considered a “public beta,” according to the post from Rockstar’s Newswire. “We feel Grand Theft Auto Online really only found its feet creatively with Heists,” says Josh Needleman, Senior Producer at Rockstar’s San Diego office, says. Continue reading… View the full article
  20. New details have emerged regarding the Pokémon GO Park in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! and now we know more about Pokémon GO transfers, the Candy system, Legendary Pokémon battles, and much more. In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, trainers will be able to link their Pokémon GO accounts and transfer Pokémon from the Kanto (Generation 1) region to the new Nintendo Switch title. These Pokémon will arrive in the GO Park complex that holds 20 individual GO Parks that can hold up to 50 Pokémon each. To take these Pokémon with you on your adventure, you will need to find them in the GO Park complex and capture them. Continue reading… View the full article
  21. @AllenJD4lifeProductions, Tuesday at 8:00 PM CT?
  22. If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Sony dropped a bombshell on an unsuspecting internet last night, announcing the PlayStation Classic mini console is coming to stores December 3. The PlayStation Classic costs $99, has 20 games, 2 controllers, and includes an HDMI cable and USB cable, as well as an instruction manual that's almost a work of art in its industrial simplicity. Preorder PlayStation Classic Continue reading… View the full article
  23. After finishing the demo of Project Judge (titled Judge Eyes in Japan) available on the Japanese PlayStation Store, I understood that the development team of the Yakuza series was indeed trying something new. However, it took a while before the demo allowed me to experience that “completely different” experience director Toshihiro Nagoshi had promised. After an opening story sequence, I was brought to the fictional Tokyo nightlife district of Kamurocho, whose neon-lit streets are well known to fans of the Yakuza series. The camera zooms over the bustling cityscape before settling on our detective hero, Takayuki Yagami, disguised as a homeless person as he prepares for a stakeout. Between the Kamurocho streets and Yagami’s muscular and shady-looking detective buddy, familiarity set in fast. Continue reading… View the full article
  24. Xbox and Make-A-Wish have partnered with actors, musicians, athletes, game developers, and internet celebrities to raise money for charity with a huge assortment of one-of-a-kind, customized Xbox One X consoles. The initiative, called Consoles for Kids, brings together Microsoft and some of the biggest names in entertainment to create a wide array of Xbox One X consoles personally autographed – and in some cases bundled with other cool giveaways – to auction off with 100% of the proceeds going to charity. To see high-res images of all the available custom Xbox One X consoles from the likes of The Rock, Ninja, Jack Black, Ronda Rousey, Wiz Khalifa, Usain Bolt and more, click on the slideshow above. Continue reading… View the full article
  25. @dazzo47 I'm free this week Thursday Sunday Tuesday does any of those days work if not I can squeeze it in before the buccaneers game Monday lmk
  26. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for PlayStation 4 has been spotted on the Korean ratings board website, signalling a future announcment. Almost a year after Bluehole was "in talks with Sony" about the possibility of a PUBG PS4 release, Twitter user Nibellion has spied the title listed over on the Korean ratings board, suggesting that the game will finally be launching on Sony's console. Continue reading… View the full article
  27. FIFA’s foundation has always been based on two things: presenting a fun, free-scoring game of football and unparalleled authenticity. FIFA 19 takes a small step forward in terms of the former, adding a handful of gameplay tweaks that refine the well-trodden FIFA formula rather than reinvent it in any significant way, but a huge stride forward with the latter, thanks to the inclusion of the Champions League. FIFA 19’s gameplay innovation is precision ball control which, when used effectively, creates new openings through subtle movements, body feints and fancy flicks. But for every slick piece of control there is an equal moment of miscontrol as the ball gets away from you. It’s unforgiving at first, resulting in untidy passages of play with balls bouncing off the knees, chests, and heads of supposed top-class professionals. However, once mastered, the free-flowing football (using the right analogue to lead the ball away from you first time) creates some of the game’s most eye-catching moments. Letting the ball run across your body or flicking the ball before hitting a first-time shot adds a new level of satisfaction to attacking play. Continue reading… View the full article
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